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Last week, I launched this column with a celebration of the many wonderful qualities of native plants ... more
Ted and Susan Hannon of Midland stopped for gas at the local Exxon on Dickinson Friday, Jan 26 ... more
Kris Murray of Chicago pulled into Fort Stockton’s Flying J to refill his RV propane tank ... more
I remember my childhood garden in my family's Midland home ... more
Craig Richter and Ellen Arietta are journeying from Eugene, OR to Corpus Christi with their dog Maebee ... more
Bob Wall of San Francisco arrived in Fort Stockton Monday, Jan. 8 to visit a friend who lives here in town ... more
Sul Ross State University student Stephanie Elmore of Fort Stockton, a senior Geology major, recently presented the results of her research on the 1995 Alpine earthquake at the national meeting of … more
2017 has rolled by like a tumbleweed. Similar to the drifting dry brush, a handful of new businesses rolled into a growing and advancing Fort Stockton... more
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson of Tucson, AZ made an overnight stay in Fort Stockton at the Fairfield Inn & Suites ... more
Celebrate Christmas in song on Saturday, Dec. 23 at The Garage Coffee, Music & More in Fort Stockton. Enjoy the phenomenal sounds of Fort Worth, Texas-based solo acoustic guitar master Darrin … more
After spending five days in Big Bend National Park, Matthew and Stephanie Burdette made few memories here in Fort Stockton.. more
Beatriz Shapard and her two traveling pooches, Coco and Bella, made a quick pit stop here in Fort Stockton... more
Fast on his feet and an old hand at drifting, "O.D." has been living homeless for 21 years now... more
The Annie Riggs Memorial Museum hosted an Open House celebration Friday, Nov. 24 from 1 to 4 p.m. The event provided attendees with free Christmas cookies, coffee, and punch. more
John Ball of Garland spent a handful of days here in Fort Stockton. Stepping out of his 1964 C10 Chevy he said, "I came here to celebrate Thanksgiving with some family." more
Mel and Jackie Landford of Gonzales County stopped for an overnight stay at the local Wal-Mart parking lot with their dog, Mel. Camping out in a travel trailer, Landford emerged to cold weather and a crowd of other travelers.   more
Donations of new, unwrapped toys go to Fort Stockton Children more
The yard across the street from Wallace Lumber Company was lit up in its holiday best on Thursday, Nov. 16 more
Amistad Properties is making fast progress on their second location of Fabian's Laundromat. The new location will be housed at the former Coin Laundry, which sits on the corner of US-385 and W. James (nearby Alamo Elementary). more
Frank and Marla Wright of Corona, CA stopped to fuel up their RV at the Love’s Travel Stop Tuesday, Oct. 24 while on tight schedule to visit their many planned destinations.“We're headed to lots … more
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